2.5 HP, 56" wheelbase, 125lbs. The earliest known example of this extremely rare museum quality motorcycle. Produced by G. H. Curtiss Manufacturing Company Hammondsport, New York. According to Dale Axlerod, the premier Curtiss historian and expert, "126" represents 1 - the first and earliest run of Hercules engines. 2 - manufactured circa 1902. 6 - the sixth engine produced.